The 5 content parts of HTML

A content part is a fraction of either a content window or a content section.

The 5 kinds of content parts in HTML are as follows:

HTML uses the following 5 elements to create content parts:

header element

An header element groups an introductory part of a document or section.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<header></header>

A footer element groups a supplementary part of a document or section.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<footer></footer>

section element

A section element groups an essential part of a document or another section.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<section></section>

aside element

An aside element groups a targental part of a document or a section.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<aside></aside>

main element

A main element groups the dominant part of a document.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and elements:

<main></main>